I have to ask. Why do all really good reggae artists always ALWAYS have something really incredibly inspirational to disseminate in their songs? Talk about Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, and Majek Fashek. Here comes a song, teaching about life; pure and distilled hard facts about life sung in a really emotional blend of lyrics that keeps you singing and humming the song, long after it has finished playing. Someone would ask you, “You want a rewind?” And then you’d say “Sure, with all... Topics: Nigeria, Faridaya, Music, Life, Enugu State
byENWELU, I. A, ASOGWA, N. P, NWALIEJI, H. U & EZEANO, C. I
The study assessed constraints to cocoyam consumption in selected communities in Enugu State, Nigeria. A total of 80 cocoyam consumers were interviewed for the purpose of eliciting information. Cocoyam consumers were of low economic status with a greater proportion (38.7%) of them earning between #0.00 to #9,999.00 per month. About 63.0% of the respondent consumed 6 – 10 kg of cocoyam chips (Achicha) while 11 – 15 kg and 16 – 20 kg were consumed by 6.3% and 2.5% of the respondents,... Topics: Assessment, Cocoyam, Constraints, Cocoyam Consumers, Enugu State
Verifiable evidences abound, which show that as at today there are many more patients than there are medical practitioners in an unbalanced proportion in public health institutions in Nigeria, and therefore, could be described as unhealthy to the health of Nigerian citizens. Evidences also show that there are high rate of attrition among the medical practitioners in Nigeria due to job dissatisfaction in their workplaces. Therefore, a call for means that can be used in retaining these key... Topics: Equity Theory Skilled Manpower Retention Medical Practitioners Public Specialist Hospitals Enugu...
Assorted Regional Broadcasts from Nigeria in May and early June, 1989 favoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: africa, enugu, fuji garbage, golden guinea, hausa, high life, ibadan, igbo, kano, nigeria, oil...